) § Designed and managed For Your Education services announcements for campus offices § Assisted undecided students with choosing degree plans and spring registration for students in four FYE classes § Provided academic advising to meet student career and educational goals, and institutional policy § Incorporated proactive advising to inform students on academic requirements and degree plan Summer Assistant Coordinator May 2013-August 2013 University of Illinois Urbana, IL Family & Graduate Housing § Designed, organized and managed online Family and Graduate Housing Magazine § Coordinated and planned community baseball trip to Normal, Il for 150 residents § Created folders for new residents and facilitated check-in process & facilitated new resident check-in § Contributed to further development of training materials, attending meetings and acting as outside voice § Assisted with training logistics for RA/GA staff, assessing and comparing previous years training models with new model MAPS Scholar August 2010-May 2012 Indiana State University Terre Haute, IN § Created and implemented mentoring program for 2 middle schools and 1 alternative high school in Terre Haute, IN § Addressed member GPA issues by instituting mandatory study hours raising organization
LC likes the fact that she can introduce the information to her children via the computer, take quizzes, and play games while educating her children on the dangers of substance abuse. LC appreciates this approach to teaching her children. She wants to make the learning process fun, interesting and a family involved educational experience. LC believes her children are in the first stages of substance abuse and if they tackle this as a family in a positive manner, the children will learn and not feel shame. Adaptation occurs in this instance when LC expresses interest in the website version of teaching.
Harold S. Browing of the upper class, Bob Farrell of the working class, and the lower working class society was represented by Cheryl Mitchell. The essay shows the factors that affected each one of them such as education, income, social class along with many other aspects that allowed them to be positioned in their current social class. By founding and directing the Joseph S. Murphy Institute, Greg Mantsios has created a center for conducting research, organizing public form and publishing educational material by providing thousands of students with an opportunity to earn a college degree, especially the poor and students from the working
This was the appropriate choice of analysis to look at the supports the youth may have and how losing a caseworker may impact them, as well as the overall potential outcome of these youth after aging out. This discussion was well put together and readdressed the concerns of youth aging out of the child welfare systems. It also stated how social network analysis can help show researchers the interpersonal relationships in foster youth which may help “expand the scope of inquiry in this area” (Blakeslee, 2012 p. 333). This article clearly indicates that this is a starting point in researching about this topic. Personally, that is all this method should be used for.
2. During my placement I have completed various types of assignments and research. When doing my agency profile I have researched the policies and standards of Extendicare. I have also co-facilitated in programs such a pong cup, fishing game an beauty session where I worked with the recreation staff and demonstrate my facilitation skills to help the group members of these activities have a fun session. When being a co-facilitator I have an opportunity work with another facilitator such as Chantal or James.
As a Summer Melt Counselor, I was responsible for a plethora of task. My first assignment was to reach out to each of Nazarene’s senior students and confirm what their post-graduation plans were, where they were attending college, and assessing what assistance each student needed. I utilized emailing, calling, texting, social media, and reaching out to senior counselors to make contact with the students. Getting in contact with the students was one of the more difficult aspects of the program; many students had changed phone numbers, had situations come up that altered their plans, and were busy working or doing other activities that it was not always easy to keep in contact. In the future it might helpful to schedule a meeting or program towards the end of the school year, with the senior TRIO students from each of the target schools to get a final update on the students plans and contact information, that way we can begin
It will briefly discuss the feedback from my tutor and the group members. And finally the conclusion. Definition of group According to Berg, Fall, & Landre (2013, p 195) "Group work is a broad professional practice involving the application of knowledge and skill in group facilitation to assist an interdependent collection of people to reach their mutual goals which may be intra-personal, interpersonal, or work related" Planning In order to prepare for our group facilitation exercise, my colleague and I sat together for the first time in class to plan and discussed our understanding of what we thought was expected of us. According to (Corey, Corey & Corey, 2010) if group facilitators are prepared, they are more likely to be able to effectively open up members for a meaningful group experience. We agreed that I would open the group and my colleague would close the group.
Although it may be reasonable not to kill Lennie, it can be argued that he should be killed. Lennie should not be killed, he has not done anything wrong. He has a mental disorder and has a tough time understanding certain situations. However, the men would not have taken that into consideration in the heat of that moment. They just wanted to get it over with so that Lennie would not have been in any sort of pain anymore.
However, the damages should not be exaggerated to a point of banning the competitions. Necessary measures should be affirmed and protected by the referees to ensure the competitions are safe. When injuries occur in the competitions, they should be handled accordingly to avoid extension that may cause permanent damage to the player. It is vital to make the sports enjoyable as they are like any other sport. There are fans for the sports, and they must be considered in international competitions.
Having the opportunity to observe other social workers conduct individual, and family meetings is a tremendous help to me as a new social worker coming into the field because it gives me the opportunity to observe different avenues of approaching different situations with clients. Moreover, it is a learning experience so it helps me to develop my style and a compass for the direction in which I would like to take my career in the profession. The first social work observation took place on June 2, 2016. The interview was conducted by forensic interviewer E.T with the parents following a forensic interview. The child is not present during the discussion.The child herself did not make the sexual abuse allegation but was questioned as
The three assignments that I have selected from the research toolbox assignment are annotation practice, peer reviews/revision plans, and synthesis matrix. These three research tools have been very helpful to me throughout my last two major assignments, the literature review and research prospectus. The annotation practice was a great way to prepare me on how to cite my sources properly. It also helped me to practice on summarizing sources and putting the authors ideas into my own words. Even though we completed this assignment at the beginning of the term, I still was able to learn from it as the term progressed.
According to Eccles and Gootman (2002), providing a safe space for the students is essential for positive development (p. 89). If students do not feel safe in the classroom, they are more likely to foster feelings of fear and insecurity (Eccles and Gootman, 2002, p. 90). When the developmental alliance creates a supportive relationship and a positive classroom environment, the student is able to grow and connect with the youth. This relationship can help translate to greater success in school because of the support of the developmental alliance and the classroom (Connected Learning: Inspiring Mentors and
You don 't just want the ones who stroke your ego, either. You need people who can challenge you to succeed. 3. Prepare, but be flexible. You need to have a plan and prepare for future, but be careful that you don 't "allow yourself to get so caught up in preparing that you neglect to even start."
Nevertheless, we still have aspects that require attention if we will keep our young athletes safe. Part of it has to do with overcoming the culture and attitude associated with concussions and brain injury. Sometimes coaches, athletes and parents still do not treat concussions as seriously as they should. In some cases, athletes will attempt to downplay the symptoms because they want to continue playing. However, you should always take a concussion with the utmost seriousness.
Hello, Ashley. You did a great analysis when it comes to TBRI and how It related to our young generation overall. The thing you discussed about trauma and what the child went through I do agree has an effect on their outlook on things and also how they interact with the other kids during this age. I like how you discussed in you post about your current work scene and how that relates to TBRI. It really shows the significant change in the child’s life has an impact on their outlook and development.